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The tightening financial environment has forced Carclew in Adelaide to make several staff members redundant.
With the election on Saturday, we summarise the major arts policies across education, technology, Indigenous culture and more.
A new startup is fusing social motivation with crowd sourced charitable giving to advantage Accessible Arts.
Philanthropists, arts managers, composers, writers and visual artists were among recipients of Australia Day honours.
Actors, musicians and theatre techs have an opportunity to do their bit to change the world through a creative international aid project.
New Artistic Director at La Boite; new Board members at Playwriting Australia; new artists at Anna Pappas and more.
When a disadvantaged school missed out on a $10,000 celebrity arts prize last week, a Bendigo arts student stepped in.
Galleries don't just preserve art in their vaults. Digital mapping allows conservation of heritage far beyond gallery walls.
Is Denis Napthine's state election promise to put 3D printers into every Victorian classroom a good sell?
The State Library of Queensland is offering fellowships to foster new research of untold stories of the First World War.
Work experience with arts organisations is in demand but creative companies do more than provide desk-space for envelope-stuffing.
Schools say goodbye to shoe box dioramas and hello to 3D robots, space observatories, mini satellites and race cars.
Students unable to attend Bell Shakespeare productions can now access performances and actors’ commentaries online.
The University of Wollongong will house the digital archive of counterculture magazine OZ, continuing the lit legend.
It’s time to restructure old business educational models for a more creative and collaborative approach.
Emerging filmmakers searching for a much needed financial boost might have a rare opportunity for an industry leg-up.
A five-month mentorship program in Footscray will take emerging leaders into a bold, new world.
La Boite Theatre Company artists and local communities are working together to create a new performance.
The cancelled Deadly Awards celebrating Indigenous arts and culture has hopes of being revived with a new crowd-sourced campaign.
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